Unique leather shoulder bag with a beautiful handcrafted textile Mola decoration on the front.
Has a large main compartment with a zipper and small practical inside pockets. On the back, an outside pocket is available through a zipper. The two color tones with the beautiful leather details on the front in combination with a Mola application make this bag totally unique!
These bag is carefully handmade by our artisan family in Bogotá, Colombia. Mola textiles are directly fair traded with the Kuna indigenous community, taking into account that nowdays Molas are one of their most important source of income. There is only ONE exemplay of this beautiful bag! Let the bag choose you! If you feel inspired by it colours, forms and experience good energy around these motifs, this bag is for you!:) A perfect bag for casual and informal occasions. Everyone will be enchanted with colors and shapes!
Dimensions: Lenght-Height-Width: 42 x 32 x 8cms. Straplenght: 27cms.
Materials used: High Quality Cowhide leather, Mola-Dekor from Cotton, Inside Lining from Polyester.
Process: Molas are handmade usually done in reverse appliqué technique, using two or more layers of cloth and cutting through to reveal the color underneath.
MOLA BAGS are unique leather bags and articles with hand made textile art decoration called MOLA made by Indians Kuna from Panama and Colombia. We have a wide range of leather products with this beautiful ethnic textile art. Every Mola bag has a different textile which makes every product UNIQUE and original. We want to show the World the creativity and beauty of our country through this marvelous handicrafts made by our Indigenous Communities that keep alive our tradition, culture and identity. This is a marvelous handicraft, full of live, originality in motives, shapes and colors, each of it – ONE OF A KIND!
Become a carrier of Art full of great historic and cultural value from Latin America!
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